Mid-Maryland Celtic Festival

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Mid-Maryland Celtic Festival
Mid-Maryland Celtic Festival
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Genre Celtic music
Dates Second Saturday each May
Location(s) Mt Airy, Maryland
Years active 1999 – present
Website
http://www.midmarylandcelticfestival.com/

The Mid-Maryland Celtic Festival (formerly the Frederick Celtic Festival) is a one-day festival celebrating all things Scottish, held annually in Mt. Airy, Maryland, United States.

The festival features kilted professional and amateur Highland Games athletes competing for victory tossing trees and throwing heavy weights. Other activities include Celtic music, competitions, bagpipe playing, crafts, vendors, Scottish and Irish dancing, and free genealogy services.

Historically held in Urbana and Frederick (MD), starting in 2012 the festival was yo be held annually on the second Saturday each May at the Mt. Airy Fire Department Fairgrounds which are located at 1003 Twin Arch Road, Mt. Airy, MD 21771. Festival hours are 9am to 6pm and now have been expanded to include a British car show co-sponsored by the Clustered Spires British Car Club of Frederick, MD and expanded dog/herding events. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mid-Maryland Celtic Festival Event Listing 2016 Accessed on October 27, 2016

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